Casio PX 130 Privia Review

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“I brought a PX310 to start off learning piano - now at...”

Written on: 19/11/2008

Good Points
Good imitation of the hammer action of an acoustic piano.
Good range of sounds/effects (about 180).
Ease of movement.
Mistakes are masked more on digital compared to acoustic.
Can play in silence with headphones.

Bad Points
Touch is too soft compared to acoustic piano.
Volume does not increase enough when pressing harder on keys.

General Comments
I brought a PX310 to start off learning piano - now at grade 3 - I feel the digital piano is not capable of the techniques required to go further. However I will keep it and use it when I need to play at functions. For the price you can not go far wrong.

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Patrick7's Comment

Written on: 13/04/2010

well, I'm about to buy the px 130 this weekend, and as a beginner over 25 years ago, appears to be a good buy. 750,000 Won with stand, pedal, and cover - not so great - what do you think? about $650 US

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Gibrib's Comment

Written on: 12/12/2010

This is the PX-130 page, not the PX-310. Acoustic pianos have a varying degree of hardness, it's unlikely a certain digital piano will have the same feel that you're used to, but same as with acoustics, there are softer and harder digitals as well.
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<br/>Also, I don't know what you mean by "now at grade 3 - I feel the digital piano is not capable of the techniques required to go further.", I hope you don't mean a soft pedal, because you can just plug one in. Grade 3 (of what?) doesn't exactly sound very advanced, your digital should serve you fine for practice at home.

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